“My father was born in Ambato and migrated to Caracas, Venezuela. Years later, I ended up following his steps in Quito. The political and humanitarian situation in Venezuela pushed me to do so. With time, the anxiety to stockpile the “PAN” maize flour vanishes. I found a great friend and partner with whom we started up a sewing business to provide tools for women who are beginning their lives from scratch, as one day I did too”.